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A Man Could Get Killed (25-Mar-1966)

Directors: Ronald Neame; Cliff Owen

Writers: Richard L. Breen; T. E. B. Clarke

From novel: Diamonds For Danger by David E. Walker

Keywords: Comedy, Espionage

An American visiting Lisbon is mistaken for a British secret agent, one supposedly with a fortune in stolen diamonds.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Robert Coote
4-Feb-1909 26-Nov-1982 My Fair Lady
Roland Culver
21-Aug-1900 29-Feb-1984 Dead of Night
Sandra Dee
23-Apr-1942 20-Feb-2005 Gidget
Tony Franciosa
25-Oct-1928 19-Jan-2006 A Face in the Crowd
James Garner
7-Apr-1928 19-Jul-2014 Jim Rockford on Rockford Files
Peter Illing
4-Mar-1899 29-Oct-1966 Against the Wind
Niall MacGinnis
29-Mar-1913 6-Jan-1977 49th Parallel
Melina Mercouri
18-Oct-1920 6-Mar-1994 Topkapi
Cecil Parker
3-Sep-1897 20-Apr-1971 The Ladykillers

CAST (above the fold)

James Garner   ...   William Beddoes
Melina Mercouri   ...   Aurora/Celeste da Costa
Sandra Dee   ...   Amy Franklin
Tony Franciosa   ...   Steve/Antonio
Robert Coote   ...   Hatton/Jones
Roland Culver   ...   Dr. Mathieson
Grégoire Aslan   ...   Florian
Cecil Parker   ...   Sir Huntley Frazier
Dulcie Gray   ...   Mrs. Mathieson
Martin Benson   ...   Politanu
Peter Illing   ...   Zarik
Niall MacGinnis   ...   Captain
Virgilio Teixeira   ...   Inspector Rodrigues
Isabel Dean   ...   Miss Bannister
Daniele Vargas   ...   Osman
Nora Swinburne   ...   Lady Frazier
Jenny Agutter   ...   Linda Frazier


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